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From: Christopher D. Russell (cdr_at_[hidden])
Date: 2004-04-29 10:48:53
Thanks to Ben, Aleksey & John for the quick responses.
>And yes we know this is pain
Actually adding a command line switch, or punching the define into user.hpp
isn't all too bad in the grand scheme of things.
Until Intel provides the cues required, may I suggest that a comment be
placed in boost/type_traits/is_integral.h at line 38:
// If the following line fails to compile and you're using the Intel
compiler, see http://lists.boost.org/MailArchives/boost-users/msg06567.php
"John Maddock" <john_at_[hidden]> wrote in message
> > I'm just getting around to upgrade to Boost 1_31_0 from Boost 1_30_0. I'm
> > attempting to use 1_31_0 out-of-the-box (w/no bjam) but am confused about
> > to resolve problems related to native wchar_t support (or lack thereof).
> Sadly Intel do not define the macros we need to detect whether wchar_t is a
> built in type or not, if it's not then you have to set the compiler config
> macro BOOST_NO_INTRINSIC_WCHAR_T yourself. And yes we know this is pain,
> and yes we've been through three kinds of hell trying to solve it, but with
> no luck.
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